The Impact Of Radical-feminism At Work Place
The title of this research is, “The impact of radical-feminism at work place”.
BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE
The radical idea is the idea of patriarchy as a historically formed system of total domination of men in all spheres of life. Male power, in the understanding of supporters of "female liberation", extends not only to politics and the economy, it permeates the personal life of women. Men cannot reform the system that gives them privileges, therefore the compromise program of liberal feminism on law reform does not solve the fundamental task of liberation from dependence and oppression. Feminists have already achieved the right to vote and the right to education and work for women, but there is still work to do in this world. Moreover, the movement for the rights of women will benefit both men, and with an obvious one. Only the revolutionary struggle of women can undermine the patriarchal system. In modern feminism there are many currents, and often they contradict each other. There is no feminist concept that is universal for all philosophies and diverse social groups. While some are fighting for universal equality, others openly claim hatred of all men in the world. Bell Hooks writes of "militant white wives who call themselves radical feminists", but Hooks glues them the label of "reactionary" (referring to cultural feminism). Her commentary is a good introduction to the direction in feminism, which was initiated by colored women.
What is the impact of radical feminism at work places?
Are these impacts being positive?
Are these impacts being negative, if yes then why?
For this research primary and secondary methods will be used including past researches and interviews.
PLAN OF WORK & TIME SCHEDULE
This research needs to be done fast so interviews will be scheduled for upcoming week and at the same literature review will be done by help of available work on this topic.
Hacker, Sally. Pleasure, power and technology: Some tales of gender, engineering, and the
cooperative workplace. Routledge, 2017.
Johnson, Pauline. Feminism as radical humanism. Routledge, 2018.
Mackay, Finn. "Radical Feminism." Theory, Culture & Society 32.7-8 (2015): 332-336.
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